Ch 20: Changes in the Modern United States

About This Chapter

Explore engaging videos covering the various changes occurring in the modern United States when you complete this chapter. Review the material by answering brief quizzes, watching videos or by reading the video transcripts.

Changes in the Modern United States - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

With the vast technological, cultural and social revolutionary changes our modern nation has experienced in the 21st century, identifying some of the key components of these changes is essential when studying American history. This chapter helps you examine the events that have shaped our culture and population, including migration to the United States and the transformation of cultural imperialism. Each video lesson provides detailed explanations of the material, followed by a brief quiz and a chapter exam for thorough comprehension. After you finish this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Detail the advantages and disadvantages to technological revolutions
  • Outline 21st century population migration in a new world
  • Discuss the causes of Latin American migration to the U.S.
  • Explain how culture and cultural imperialism has experienced a global transformation

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